10nm process Intel is really not generally difficult, do not know how long it took to bring up the yield, performance is still late to keep up, only in the low-power mobile platform to turn around. When the 10nm Ice Lake Tenth Generation Core was announced, Intel made it clear that its maximum frequency was 4.1GHz and that it would be divided into 28W, 15W, and 9W levels according to thermal design, the first two of which belonged to the U-Series, which belonged to the Y-Series.
Today, however, the Ice Lake family still has only 15W, 9W two branches, 28W is not visible. And even the highest i7-1065G7 has an acceleration frequency of only 3.9GHz, with no family reaching 4.1GHz, and the eight-generation low-power version can soar to 4.8GHz in 15W.
According to the latest intelligence, the Ice Lake 28W series will have at least one i7-1068G7, 4 Core 8 thread, base frequency 2.3GHz, full core turbo 3.6GHz, single-core Turbo 4.1GHz, and continue to integrate 64 core display units.
Compared to the i7-1065G7, it increases the power consumption of thermal design by 13W, the reference, full core, single-core frequency will be increased by 1.0GHz, 0.1GHz, 0.2GHz, although still not ideal, but also not easy.
For this model, Intel said it will deliver production on schedule this quarter and deliver it to OEMs.
This also means that at least the second quarter, we can see the i7-1068G7-based notebook products on the market, after all, after power consumption and frequency release, OEMs must also make some design adjustments, but also to see how the U supply.
In addition, the Ice Lake Y-Series-based products are still non-existent, and Intel is committed to launching in the first half of this year.